In the first ever session of the Live Limitless podcast I chat with Jacob Sokol of Sensophy.com.
Jacob Sokol writes for his amazing blog, Sensophy.com, where he inspires people to find their passions and live an extraordinary life. Jacob quit his lucrative job in New York City, travelled the world, became a life coach, and is about to launch a super cool online conference on April 22nd. He also accepted a challenge from a reader and ended up going to a New York Jets game with Gary Vaynerchuk.
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In this episode, we talk about:
- Why he gave up such a sick life in New York City
- Why he chose a trip abroad as a catalyst for changing his life
- Why we don’t need to be our “role” in society
- Why a big change might just be what you need in life
- Why you may want to get some new friends
- and much more.
You may enjoy:
(2:30): Why Jacob gave up a “great” lifestyle in New York City
(7:10): Why changing your environment can really change your life in a good way
(10:10): How to not have a stinky mind
(11:18): Jacob tells us about his experience of attending a Jets game with Gary Vaynerchuk
(15:50): We discuss why, even during hard times, Jacob still turned down a 6-figure offer for a lucrative job in IT
(18:20): Jacob reaches out to an “idol” of his; Brian Johnston
(20:30): Jacob introduces a virtual conference he is doing with Brian Johnson on April 22nd
(23:00): We talk about a new project Jacob is working on involving helping people travel
(27:15): How do we translate an ah-ha momentinto lasting change
I hope you enjoyed this interview as much as I loved doing it.
Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below. If you’d like to ask Jacob something, share it below as well and he’ll come take a look. 🙂
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